Author Brea Grant

Brea Grant

Brea Grant is an actress best known for her roles on the hit NBC series "Heroes," the Showtime original series "Dexter," and Rob Zombie’s "Halloween 2." She was born and raised in the great state of Texas where she learned to be bossy and fearless. She earned a useless Master’s degree in American Studies then moved to Los Angeles to chase dreams in 2006. She received national attention for both her acting work as well as her use of social media and “geek” stardom in such publications as New York Post,, Entertainment Weekly, and Geek Magazine. Brea’s love for the independent film scene has put her in many indies including "Homecoming," for which she won the Best Actress award at the FirstGlance Film Festival for her leading role as a soldier returning from war. In addition to acting, Brea co-writes comic books with her brother including their newest Portland-based slasher-horror, Let’s Play God. This year, you can see Brea in "The Baytown Outlaws," starring Eva Longoria and Billy Bob Thornton, the indie thriller "Detour," and IFC’s new comedy "Maron." In addition, Brea wrote, directed, and starred in her own indie, apocalyptic feature entitled "Best Friends Forever" which premiered at Slamdance to great reviews.